In the context of the LAMBDA project, exploitation is defined as sustained or continued project activities after the end of the project. Exploitation is recognized as the key enabler for the success of the project, as well as a means to improve the partners’ competitive advantages. We distinguish two types of exploitation results - tangible or non-tangible.
The 3rd edition of LAMBDA Big Data Analytics Summer School was organized by the LAMBDA consortium partners – the Institute Mihajlo Pupin (PUPIN), the Fraunhofer Institute for Intelligent Analysis and Information Systems (Fraunhofer/IAIS), the Institute for Computer Science - University of Bonn (UBO) and the Department of Computer Science - University of Oxford (UOXF) from June 15th to June 17th, 2021. Because of the COVID-19, the event took place online.
This deliverable aims to present an Action plan for scientific excellence and innovation capacity building of the PUPIN Institute in the domain of Big Data Analytics for the following five years (2021-2025). It builds upon the LAMBDA Deliverable 5.9 Sustainability Measures and Activities, Innovation and IPR Management (Report) and the Research and Development Program of the Mihajlo Pupin Institute (2020-2025).
The overall objectives of the LAMBDA (Learning, Applying, Multiplying Big Data Analytics, http://www.project-lambda.org/) project are to
In this deliverable we report about the LAMBDA networking and brainstorming events where different aspects of Big Data have been discussed and challenges identified. Results of discussions have been integrated in LAMBDA researchers’ scientific publications, please check https://project-lambda.org/Publications.
In this deliverable we report about the Foresight Exercise of the LAMBDA project. It brings together leading experts in the West Balkan region together with European and international experts. We report on the extensive preparations, the Foresight Exercise itself, and give a detailed discussion of its outcome.
This deliverable presents a sustainability analysis for the project LAMBDA (Learning, Applying, Multiplying Big Data Analytics), funded by "Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation" Work Programme 2016-2017. The project pursued two main goals:
Funded by "Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation" Work Programme 2016-2017, the
LAMBDA (Learning, Applying, Multiplying Big Data Analytics) project pursuit two main goals:
One of the specific objectives of LAMBDA (Learning, Applying, Multiplying Big Data Analytics) project is focused its efforts on formulating and delivering proper strategies and activities for dissemination and communication that will result in the best and most effective advertising of the project at local, regional and European, and international level.